Doctors in Glasgow are upset with TJ Samson hospital.
Among problems they take issue with, are the way patients are treated.
"The things in general I hear most often are, I did not understand my diagnosis. I did not know which medication to take. Those things can happen to all of us as physicians, but when you have a large number of people who don't know each other, who've never met each other, who are telling you the same thing, then you might want to look to see if there's any validity to that," said Dr. Melissa Walton-Shirley.
Last night, Dr. Walton-Shirley and Dr. Barret Lessenberry answered questions from a few hundred members of the public.
Dr. Lessenberry says the hospital is now a big business, and a possible monopoly.
"I think the hospital is such a monstrosity of a business, that they do have the potential to step on people and just crush them," said Lessenberry.
Another area of concern addressed was doctors leaving, like Dr. Anna Kaul.
Dr. Walton-Shirley says she left, because the hospital would not work with her and made things more complicated.
"I don't want to have to go through all of these channels to get some things changed or to do some things, and she was told flatly, no you will not do it. Instead of seeing the wisdom in keeping an excellent sleep specialist and pulmonologist here, she was told no. She just said I don't need this, I don't need this hassle, I'm going to go somewhere else, where I am appreciated," said Walton-Shirley.
TJ Samson Hospital would not go on camera, but did give WBKO this statement.
"We were not invited to participate in the forum last night. We are very open to any concerns the public may have."
Both doctors agree, the goal in this is to make things better in Glasgow and get the community involved.
"I think we are sincerely trying to make the system better here, and in order for it to be better, i think it has to be embraced by the community," said Lessenberry.
A community effort like last night is what these doctors hope catches on.
Both Dr. Lessenberry and Dr. Walton-Shirley hope to meet with the hospital, so they can work on some of these issues.